by Harold P. Coxson Jr. and C. Thomas Davis, Esqs., Olgetree Deakins
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has announced its final rule on Notification of Employee Rights under the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA). The proposed rule had been pending since December of last year.
Now that it is final, employers have until Nov. 14 to put up an official poster stating that employees have a right to form or join a union. The NLRB poster can be downloaded at www.nlrb.gov/poster.
The final rule requires employers that are subject to the NLRA to post and maintain the NLRB notice in conspicuous places, including all places where notices to employees are customarily posted, and to take reasonable steps to ensure that the notices are not altered, defaced or covered by any other material or otherwise rendered unreadable.
Can employers post a notice, too?
Employers have the right to post their own notices expressing their views ...(register to read more)
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